Scout Programs

Scout Programs:

Badge Workshops:

The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation is thrilled to offer the following Girl Scout badge workshops. During these workshops, girls will complete all necessary steps to earn the listed badge. The badge will be provided at the end of the workshop.

Brownie Badge Workshop: Nature Art Maker

October 15, 9:00 am -12:00 pm
$25 per scout, $10 per adult chaperone.

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During this workshop, each scout will see a few highlights of Frank Lloyd Wright’s home, Taliesin West. Girls will use their senses in nature, make a special type of nature art print called a cyanotype, create their own wind chime, and design a geometric abstract nature drawing. Each of our activities connects to Frank Lloyd Wright and his love of nature!

Cadette Badge Workshop: Outdoor Art Apprentice

November 5, 9:00 am -12:00 pm
$25 per scout for nonmembers, $10 per adult chaperone.

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During this workshop, each scout will see a few highlights of Frank Lloyd Wright’s home, Taliesin West. Girls will learn how Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural designs were inspired by nature, make their own botanical seed paper, write nature poems, photograph outdoor textures, and patterns, and sketch their own nature-inspired building designs. Please note: Girls should bring their own digital or phone camera for the photography portion of the program.

 

Scout Group Tour:

A child-friendly tour can be arranged for your Boy Scout troop, Girl Scout troop, or youth group! Together with a Museum Educator, your group will explore the architectural history, the natural wonders of the Sonoran Desert, and more! You will see many spaces at Taliesin West that visitors of all ages enjoy, including Frank Lloyd Wright’s office and a special movie theatre from 1949 called “The Cabaret.”

To inquire about booking a scout or youth group visit, please email education@franklloydwright.org.

Price: $30 per adult, $15 per child (age 6-18). 5 and under are free. A minimum of 10 paid guests are required to book a tour.

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